Stephanie Seymour Looks Amazingly Fit For V Magazine

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V Magazine’s Sports issue includes some pretty outstanding pictures of Stephanie Seymour. Sea More Stephanie is the name of the pictorial shot by Sebastian Faena and styled by Carlyne Cerf de Doudzeele.

It’s great to see Stephanie Seymour, it’s even greater to see a real woman with real shapes in the pages of a fashion magazine. It doubles the inspiration! I trust you know where your diving gear is? Don’t try this styling at home unless you’re Stephanie Seymour! (fiy – the tan is real – Stephanie was vacationing in St Barts when this pictorial was proposed to her) (images V Magazine)

Stephanie Seymour sports fit V Magazine


#1 keiKo on 03.01.12 at 12:41 am

Carlyne Cerf de Dudzeele is legendary & Stephanie Seymour is a 90s icon. I miss this sort of imagery so much.

#2 Riana on 03.01.12 at 1:24 pm

I miss that whole decade…:(((

#3 keiKo on 03.01.12 at 2:17 pm

Me too! me too! Not married, no children, no mortgage, Melrose Place, Seinfeld, Pearl Jam, Smashing Pumpkins & we though computers where for geeks! I swear my husband still thinks it is pre 1995!

#4 Riana on 03.01.12 at 3:17 pm


With the knowledge I have now: not married, no mortgage. No regrets about the child….never…never….
The House of Elliott, MTV, BBC’s series Pride & Prejudice, Jay Leno still on cable, every night, many bands among them for sure Pearl Jam! Love the computer though since the ’80’s. So I fail to understand why I have not become a geek? Is still looking for someone whose willingly to be my mentor…..:((

And FREEDOM but realising at the same time yet it would be last decade of the good life. If I only had know how right I was I would have danced and partied harder than I did on the last night of 1999 :)

#5 Riana on 03.01.12 at 3:23 pm

To stay on topic those supermodels were fun, great, new young designer arise. Alas also brand/label madness too.

….ah, looking at beautiful Stephanie and loving the sea I should have learnt scuba-diving back then :)

Yeah, if someone thinks “she’s nostalgic”, yes, you got that right!

#6 keiKo on 03.02.12 at 12:25 am

I think it is the freedom that is totally missed – but no regrets! Although I am nostalgic for the 90s I do remember being completely sick of Claudia Schiffer – she was everywhere at the time!
Pride & Prejudice & House of Elliot where superb TV – you are so right!
We are so behind in OZ – I brought my first computer in 2004!
I think I might watch Pride & Prejudice again tonight – thanks for the suggestion!

#7 Riana on 03.02.12 at 9:30 am

I meant freedom in general not my personal freedom. Because I felt free. It’s in general. Perhaps it’s because I live somewhere else than you. It’s the envoriment too.

And with “the good life” I meant I felt the golden bubble should burst. Fashion wise I always take the “IT-bag” as an example I was convinced this was madness over top. It was vulgar, it was too much.

Some of my fave models in the ’90’s were girls like Nadja Auermann, Tatjana Patitz a.o. And yes, I liked Kate Moss a lot. We called her “Little Kate” back then.

The House of Elliot? I watched every re-run and that was three times on a short notice! VCR ready all the time. All these beautiful clothes….ahhh….I really love it keiKo you know what I’m talking about.

Ah, you live in OZ? I dream on then….and thank you for a nice conversation :))

#8 keiKo on 03.02.12 at 8:47 pm

Yes very nice conversation but I realise that I sound a tad sad & it suddenly dawned on me that I have heaps of favourite TV shows, movies & music etc nowadays – I just find magazines such a disappointment because fashion magazines where always my favourite form of media.
(OZ is slang for Australia.)

#9 Riana on 03.03.12 at 5:14 am

Well, I sound nostalgic. That’s a tad sad too right? I don’t care much for fashion magazines anymore like I used too. It’s all on the internet.

Hmm, I feel kinda exited to I find German GQ with James Franco today and I’m looking forward to the first Dutch Vogue out on March 22nd. But the thrill for fashion as paper media has gone since almost everything is too find on the internet. Even the Daily Mail website has the last shoots and fashion news!! Last Vogue’s I bought where the UK’s with Adele on the cover and US September with Kate Moss wedding in photoshop. And that was not really new. Daily Mail published most of the candid photos earlier. Both contain the same ad campaigns.

Luckily there are still great movies and series I enjoy. I love it all since I can remember: music, film and fashion. But it’s all a mix these days. It always has been but not as it is these days. Not on that huge scale.
I don’t care for the lame music of Katy Perry so why should I get exited because of her on a cover where she’s unrecognizable? As an example. Boring.

I know that OZ is slang for Australia. I meant I dream on about your country. I’ve enjoyed movies and music from your country a lot and have been a real Neighbours fan in the late ’80’s when Kylie, Justin Donovan and Guy Pierce where still in the show :)

Yes, keiKo times have changed and so did we….sometimes I am a tad melancholic though…..:)

#10 Riana on 03.03.12 at 5:19 am

Yes, Daily Mail also published every holiday of Stephanie Seymour in bikini in St. Bart. So I believe she’s proposed for this shoot overthere :)

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